Unfortunately, injuries happen in all sports settings and can keep athletes off the field for quite some time. Focusing on nutrition is an often overlooked component of injury recovery.
Twenty years ago, the focus of the CSCCa was to “make a better life for the strength and conditioning coach.” That broad statement covers a lot of ground. In the last two decades, our profession, along with collegiate athletics as a whole, has changed drastically many times over.
Mark your calendars now and please plan to attend the 2022 CSCCa National Conference. The National Conference will be held at the Oklahoma City Convention Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The dates of the conference are Monday, May 2, through Wednesday, May 4, 2022.
We have now begun the 3rd and final year of the current CEU cycle, and we strongly encourage everyone to make sure they are on track to fulfill all CEU requirements by July 31, 2022 in order to maintain SCCC certification.
Beginning in the summer of 2022, Logan University will be offering a brand new, cutting-edge post-graduate degree program specifically for strength and conditioning and a natural fit for CSCCa-member coaches.
Here’s everything you need to know about upcoming exams, deadlines and more regarding SCCC certification.
This time of year brings about a lot of transition! As we look forward to 2022, we should all give strong consideration to not only what we as a profession can do better, but also what you as an individual can do to improve our profession.
We spoke with strength coaches from multiple universities, and it’s clear they have heard athletes say a lot of things about nutrition that aren’t based on fact.
Allan Johnson is an original CSCCa Board Member, an MSCC and a member of the USA Strength and Conditioning Coaches Hall of Fame. With all that experience and having seen more good times than bad, he still remembers the importance of taking care of the business side of the profession.
In this month’s CEO Message, I want to dive into the spirit of the CSCCa. Historically, there has always been a spirit of giving, sharing and leaving the ground more fertile than you found it.